When working with two views, if C+e C+w (Close All) is executed in the second view,
then the buffers are closed and the first view is brought back to the front.
On a side note, this also closes all buffers among all views even when the BufferSet scope is not set to global, but I don't know if that qualifies as a bug or not.
|Submitted||kog13 - 2010-08-31 - 19:35:07z||Assigned||kpouer|
|2010-12-08 - 16:39:42z
|i agree, the focus should not change before/after a close all.
Close all means all buffers everywhere including the other views.
There is a "clear bufferset except active" which you can use with non-global bufferset scope that will do what you want - just clear your own bufferset.
One problem is, closing a buffer in the non-active view can cause another buffer to open there, which then can cause one of the plugins to do something in response, which then might grab focus in a dockable or something.
|2011-12-03 - 19:58:54z
|Still Reproduces in jEdit 5.0pre1, regardless of global or editpane scope.
|2011-12-03 - 20:37:07z
|Does NOT reproduce when using new action added to 5.0pre1, Close All (local), and
Editpane (default) bufferset scope.